Choosing what cover crops to use is an important step in managing them, and there are several parameters to look at for a given situation.
There’s no way Brian Scott will get that good of a look at certain fields by walking them, and a drone can be a great tool to complement field scouting.
Brian Scott has learned a lot over the last several seasons as he has expanded his use of cover crops on his Indiana farm.
The Midwest was itching to start planting in early spring, but weather kept us just wet enough to delay field work.
The prescriptions Brian Scott writes aren’t for medicine — rather they are different seeding rates based on past performance history of a field.
Without crops actively growing or needing constant management, winter is a good time for businesses to get farmers from around the country together.
There are certain decisions in farming that don’t get made more often because of how much they hinder efficiency. One area where this happens often is the planter. Soil types, weather, tillage, and other variables can change many times during a planting season. They can even change many times during a planting day. If a […]
Most of Brian Scott’s acres have some value over market price, and those extra dollars are a big help in working through a slump in commodity prices.